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Kendall Milton’s Draft Profile | Georgia, RB Scouting Report

Kendall Milton scored a TD once every 10 carries over his final two years at Georgia. Does his scouting report suggest he is an underrated prospect?Written ByFew programs have put out more top-end talent at the running back position over the last 10 years than the Georgia Bulldogs. Names like Nick Chubb, D’Andre Swift, and James Cook are all current starting running backs for their current team, but there is another Georgia prospect who could make an instant impact in the ...

Kendall Milton scored a TD once every 10 carries over his final two years at Georgia. Does his scouting report suggest he is an underrated prospect?

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Few programs have put out more top-end talent at the running back position over the last 10 years than the Georgia Bulldogs. Names like Nick Chubb, D’Andre Swift, and James Cook are all current starting running backs for their current team, but there is another Georgia prospect who could make an instant impact in the NFL. His name is Kendall Milton.

Does the physically imposing Milton’s NFL Draft scouting report suggest he can be the leading man of an NFL backfield?

Kendall Milton Draft Profile and Measurements

Flipping on the high school highlights of any top running back prospect can always be a fun exercise. It felt more like an event watching Milton’s best clips from Buchanan High School in Clovis, Calif., where he was considered one of the best young backs in the country entering the collegiate ranks.

After carrying the ball 174 times in his junior year of high school, Milton never quite saw a feature role in the loaded Georgia Bulldogs offense. He earned a college career-high 121 carries as a senior in 2023, still fewer than 10 carries per game, his final collegiate season.

"Demand the standard."

Former Buchanan 5-star and Georgia RB Kendall Milton says whatever team calls his name in the upcoming NFL draft is getting someone who can be a leader in the locker room. Milton added he's talked to 25 teams in the last 3 days. @therealkmilt pic.twitter.com/x0niigoVm9

— Alec Nolan (@AlecABC30) April 21, 2024

Milton certainly flashed some of that exceptional potential during his final two years at Georgia with an incredibly efficient 43 carries of 10+ yards on just 207 rushing attempts. Yet, his modest 1,955 total yards and 24 total TDs likely left fans — and NFL scouts — wanting to see a bit more production from Milton during his days as a Bulldog.

Kendall Milton Scouting Report

Current Draft Projection and Summary

Milton enters the 2024 NFL Draft with more questions than answers regarding his college production and prospect profile. He is likely best suited as an early-down ball carrier who can win in short-yardage situations for an NFL team.

Yet, his lengthy injury history — missed over 10 games during his four years at Georgia — lack of big-play ability, and limited contributions in the passing game all make Milton feel like a Day 3 developmental project who can be more effective in a specific role than a Day 2 pick with starting-back upside.

Undoubtedly, some of the physical tools are intriguing. Milton’s size, burst, and power could be very useful for an NFL squad. Given his athletic profile and lack of wear and tear on his tires, Milton is an intriguing Day 3 prospect entering the NFL.

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Preparations Underway for the Start of Advance Voting in Fulton County

Voters will be able to participate in early voting for the May 21 General Primary from April 29 – May 17. Fulton County is preparing to kick off the Advance Voting period for the May 21, 2024, General Primary/Nonpartisan Election. The Advanced Voting period will take place from Monday, April 29 through Friday, May 17 including weekends except for Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 12.Voters can participate in advanced voting at one of the 36 polling locations available around Fulton County. Additionally, 7 of those locations...

Voters will be able to participate in early voting for the May 21 General Primary from April 29 – May 17.

Fulton County is preparing to kick off the Advance Voting period for the May 21, 2024, General Primary/Nonpartisan Election. The Advanced Voting period will take place from Monday, April 29 through Friday, May 17 including weekends except for Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 12.

Voters can participate in advanced voting at one of the 36 polling locations available around Fulton County. Additionally, 7 of those locations will also double as Absentee Ballot Drop Box locations:

Adams Park Library 2231 Campbellton Road., SW Atlanta, GA. 30311

Alpharetta Branch Library ABSENTEE BALLOT DROP BOX LOCATION 10 Park Plaza Alpharetta, GA 30009

Buckhead Library ABSENTEE BALLOT DROP BOX LOCATION 269 Buckhead Avenue Atlanta, GA 30305

C.T. Martin Natatorium and Recreation Center ABSENTEE BALLOT DROP BOX LOCATION 3201 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, SW Atlanta, GA 30311

Chastain Park Recreation Center 140 Chastain Park Avenue NW Atlanta, GA 30342

College Park Historical Society ABSENTEE BALLOT DROP BOX LOCATION 3675 Auditorium Way College Park, GA 30337

East Point First Mallalieu United Methodist Church 2651 N Church Street East Point, GA 30344

East Roswell Branch Library ABSENTEE BALLOT DROP BOX LOCATION 2301 Holcomb Bridge Rd. Roswell, GA 30076

Elections Hub 5600 Campbellton Fairburn Road Union City, GA 30213

Etris-Darnell Community Recreation 5285 Lakeside Dr. Union City, GA 30291

Evelyn G. Lowery Library at Cascade 3665 Cascade Road South Fulton, GA 30331

Fairburn Annex 40 Washington Street Fairburn, GA 30213

Fulton County Government Center 130 Peachtree Street SW Atlanta, GA 30303

Fulton County Customer Service Center at Maxwell Road 11575 Maxwell Road Alpharetta, GA 30009

Gladys S. Dennard Library @ South Fulton 4055 Flat Shoals Road South Fulton, GA 30291

Grant Park Recreation Center 537 Park Avenue SE Atlanta, GA 30312

Heritage Hall Sandy Springs 6110 Blue Stone Road Sandy Springs, GA 30328

High Museum of Arts 1280 Peachtree Street NE Atlanta, GA 30309

Joan P. Garner Library at Ponce de Leon 980 Ponce De Leon Avenue NE Atlanta, GA 30306

Johns Creek Environmental Campus 8100 Holcomb Bridge Road Alpharetta, GA 30022

Louise Watley Library at Southeast Atlanta 1463 Pryor Road SW Atlanta, GA 30315

Metropolitan Library 1332 Metropolitan Parkway Atlanta, GA 30310

Milton Library 855 Mayfield Road Milton, GA 30009

Milton Community Center 1785 Dinsmore Road Milton, GA 30004

North Fulton Service Center 7741 Roswell Road Sandy Springs, GA 30350

Northeast Spruill Oaks Library 9560 Spruill Road Johns Creek, GA 30022

Northside Library 3295 Northside Pkwy Atlanta, GA 30327

Northwest Branch at Scotts Crossing Library 2489 Perry Boulevard, NW Atlanta, GA 30318

Palmetto Library 9111 Cascade Palmetto Highway Palmetto, GA 30268

Robert F. Fulton Library at Ocee 5090 Abbotts Bridge Road Johns Creek, GA 30005

Roswell Library 115 Norcross Street Roswell, GA 30075

Sandy Springs Library ABSENTEE BALLOT DROP BOX LOCATION 395 Mount Vernon Highway Sandy Springs, GA 30328

South Fulton Service Center 5600 Stonewall Tell Road South Fulton, GA 30349

Southwest Arts Center 915 New Hope Road., SW South Fulton, GA 30331

Welcome All Recreation Center 4255 Will Lee Road South Fulton, GA 30349

Wolf Creek Library ABSENTEE BALLOT DROP BOX LOCATION 3100 Enon Road, SW Atlanta, GA 30331

Operating hours for each advance voting sites are as follows: - Monday – Friday from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m. - Saturdays / 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. - Sunday / May 5, 12 p.m. until 5 p.m. (No voting on Sunday, May 12 for Mother’s Day)

For more information, visit our website www.fultoncountyga.gov or download the free Fulton Votes mobile app for Android or Apple devices.

Georgia's Kendall Milton named 2024 NFL Draft sleeper by college coach

247Sports Embed ResourceESPN asked college coaches to pick 22 sleepers for next week's 2024 NFL Draft. One of the players chosen is Georgia running back Kendall Milton. Milton is ranked as the draft's No. 211 overall player and No. 17 running back by ESPN. The out...

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ESPN asked college coaches to pick 22 sleepers for next week's 2024 NFL Draft. One of the players chosen is Georgia running back Kendall Milton. Milton is ranked as the draft's No. 211 overall player and No. 17 running back by ESPN. The outlet says of Milton:

Georgia likes to rotate its running backs, so Milton was never in a featured role but contributed throughout his four years and helped the team to national titles in 2021 and 2022. Milton was Georgia's leading rusher in its final five games last fall and won Capital One Bowl MVP honors with 104 rushing yards and two touchdowns on only nine attempts against Florida State.

Coach's take: "His size and toughness impressed me, his ability to run as a four-quarter back," an SEC defensive coordinator said. "He's tougher in the fourth quarter than he is in the first. He has really good size. He's not going to be a first-rounder but he's pretty good."

Last season Milton played in 13 games and led Georgia with 14 rushing touchdowns. Milton was expected to be Georgia's top tailback in 2023, but he dealt with injuries for the better part of the year. A hamstring injury cut his spring practice short, and a similar injury significantly limited his participation in fall camp.

Milton grinded through injury early in the season while Georgia was thin at running back, missed the UAB game with an MCL injury then played in pass-protection situations the following week against Auburn. Milton came into his own down the stretch of the season and delivered some of his best performances as a Bulldog, chief among them being his game against Ole Miss in which he took 9 carries for 127 yards and 2 touchdowns. Milton topped 100 rushing yards in three of the Bulldogs' final five games, including in the 63-3 Orange Bowl victory over Florida State. Milton was named Orange Bowl MVP after taking 9 carries for 104 yards and 2 touchdowns.

"Kendall has meant a lot to this program. He's given so much. He's been through a lot," Kirby Smart said after the Orange Bowl. "I still remember going all the way to California, being in his house, seeing him and his parents, and he's sacrificed a ton to make this program a better place, and he's worked his tail off. So I thank you Kendall publicly for what you've done."

Milton ended 2023 with 121 carries for 790 yards and 14 touchdowns. In total, he took 297 carries for 1,839 yards and 23 rushing touchdowns as a Bulldog.

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SEC Coach Tabs Kendall Milton as 'Sleeper' for 2024 NFL Draft

The 2024 NFL draft is set to take place next week and Georgia's football program will once again have a litany of players on the board. Several former Bulldogs have been linked to possibly being first round selections but an SEC coach believes there's a lot of value in one former Georgia player who isn't projected in that range.ESPN senior writer Adam Rittenberg wrote an ...

The 2024 NFL draft is set to take place next week and Georgia's football program will once again have a litany of players on the board. Several former Bulldogs have been linked to possibly being first round selections but an SEC coach believes there's a lot of value in one former Georgia player who isn't projected in that range.

ESPN senior writer Adam Rittenberg wrote an article where college football coaches identified their sleeper picks for the upcoming draft, and running back Kendall Milton was one of the names in the mix. Over his four years at Georgia, Milton racked up 297 carries for 1,839 yards and 23 touchdowns while averaging 6.2 yards per carry. Here is what the anonymous SEC defensive coordinator had to say about Milton:

"His size and toughness impressed me, his ability to run as a four-quarter back," an SEC defensive coordinator said. "He's tougher in the fourth quarter than he is in the first. He has really good size. He's not going to be a first-rounder but he's pretty good."

According to ESPN, Milton is rated as the 17th running back in the class and 211th overall. The Georgia running back battled through injuries for a good portion of his career, but when healthy, he looked like one of the best backs in the conference. In the final five games of the season, Milton rushed for 495 yards and 9 TDs on 63 attempts. He averaged 7.9 YPC during that stretch. It’s the best five-game stretch by a UGA running back since 2018 when D’Andre Swift averaged 8.9 YPC on 64 attempts for 568 yards.

On top of that, in 2022, Milton became just the fourth Georgia running back since the year 2000 to average at least 6.9 yards per carry on 85+ attempts. The other three? Nick Chubb, Sony Michel and Todd Gurley.

As mentioned before, Milton is not viewed as one of the top running back prospects in this year's class, but whichever NFL organization decides to pick him up will be a getting a strong back who excels at picking up yards after contact.

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Milton Track Races Well at McEachern Invitational

This post was contributed by a community member. The views expressed here are the author's own.SchoolsA school record & fast relays pace the Eagle effortCommunity ContributorSenior Calista Cacciatore on the opening leg of the girls 4x800m relay where the Lady Eagles were the runners-up in a season's best time. (Joey Spain photo)The Milton track teams concluded their regular season Saturday with a very successful...

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A school record & fast relays pace the Eagle effort

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Senior Calista Cacciatore on the opening leg of the girls 4x800m relay where the Lady Eagles were the runners-up in a season's best time. (Joey Spain photo)

The Milton track teams concluded their regular season Saturday with a very successful outing at the always highly competitive McEachern Invitational.

BOYSMilton (20th-14 pts) bested 13 schools at the team’s largest and most competitive meet of the season. Leading the Eagle charge was the school record performance of senior Zach Patell. His runner-up performance in the 800m (2nd-1:54.10) broke his old school record (1:54.46) which he had set a year ago on the same track at the state meet. Other scorers for Milton included sophomore Jayin Batra (6th-10:15.26) in the 3200m, senior CJ Wiley (8th-21.99) in the 200m making him the 5th best performer in school history, junior Justin Sevel (8th-4:31.40) for a big personal best in the 1600m and the 4x800m relay (8th-8:34.28) team of senior Daniel Murray, freshman Jasper Stone, sophomore Jonathan Lynch and junior Robert Claypoole running a season’s best.

GIRLSThe Lady Eagles (13th-23.5 pts) defeated 19 other schools while scoring from many different running events. The 4x800m relay (2nd-10:12.97) team started off the day with a runner-up finish. Senior Calista Cacciatore, junior Ella Franke & freshman Lucie Gallagher & Aarushi Dhawan came from as far back as 9th to place 2nd in a season’s best time. The highlight of the long meet for Milton was the 4x400m relay (3rd-4:03.98) team of seniors Nya Smith, Ella Grace Malcom, Leelah Dennis & freshman Simone Dennis with their win in a slower heat to take 3rd overall & just missing the 8-year-old school record of 4:03.93. Malcom also scored for the Lady Eagles in the 800m (3rd-2:20.06). Simone Dennis also scored in 2 events with her 100m (7th-12.23) & 200m (8th-25.12) performances. The latter made her the 2nd best performer in school history, just missing the school record by .12!

The Eagle track teams next compete on Wednesday, April 24th at the GHSA 7A Region 6 championship meet hosted by West Forsyth HS for advancement to the GHSA Sectionals meet on May 4th.

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